League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Ross County3621876334+29713,850Billy Mckay - 17Scott FoxPromoted
2Dundee United3619894940+9655,079Pavol Šafranko - 12Benjamin Siegrist→ Promotion Playoff Qualification — Finals
3Inverness CT36141484840+8562,548Jordan White, Tom Walsh - 6Mark Ridgers→ Promotion Playoff Qualification — Semifinals
4Ayr United36159125038+12542,157Lawrence Shankland - 24Ross Doohan→ Promotion Playoff Qualification — Semifinals
5Greenock Morton361113123645-9461,943Robert McHugh, Greg Kiltie - 6Robbie McCrorie
6Partick Thistle36127174352-9433,043Blair Spittal - 7Jamie Sneddon
7Dunfermline Athletic36118173340-7415,009Jackson Longridge, Bruce Anderson - 5Lee Robinson
8Alloa Athletic36109173953-14391,179Alan Trouten - 11Neil Parry
9Queen of the South36911164148-7381,641Stephen Dobbie - 21Alan Martin→ Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff
9Queen of the South36911164148-7381,641Stephen Dobbie - 21Alan Martin→ Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Semifinals
10Falkirk36911163749-12384,743Zak Rudden - 12Harry BurgoyneRelegated

Promotion Playoff Qualification

Promotion Playoff Qualification — Semifinals

May 7
Ayr United
1–3
Inverness CT
May 11
Inverness CT
1–1
Ayr United
Inverness CT won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Promotion Playoff Qualification — Finals.
Ayr United remained in Scottish Championship.

Promotion Playoff Qualification — Finals

May 14
Inverness CT
0–1
Dundee United
May 17
Dundee United
3–0
Inverness CT
Dundee United won on aggregate score over two legs.
Inverness CT remained in Scottish Championship.

Scottish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Finals

May 23
Dundee United
0–0
St Mirren
May 26
St Mirren
1–1
Dundee United
Dundee United won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and remained in Scottish Championship.
St Mirren remained in Scottish Premiership.

Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff

Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Semifinals

May 7
Raith Rovers
2–1
Forfar Athletic
May 11
Forfar Athletic
1–1
Raith Rovers
Raith Rovers won on aggregate score over two legs.
May 7
Montrose FC
2–1
Queens
May 11
Queens
5–0
Montrose FC
Queens won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Finals.

Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Finals

May 15
Raith Rovers
1–3
Queens
May 18
Queens
0–0
Raith Rovers
Queens won on aggregate score over two legs.

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